# Number Mnemonics for Kids

A collection of number mnemonics - to help you to remember various math facts and figures.

In this lesson, we have mnemonics and songs to help you remember

- how to write numbers from 0 to 10
- number of days in each month
- multiply by 9
- dividend, divisor and quotient

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More Math Mnemonics
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## Numbers

**How to Write Numbers from 0 to 10**

Around to the left to find my hero,

Back to the top, I've made a zero.

Downward stroke, (My that's fun),

Now I've made the number one.

Half a heart says, "I love you."

A line -- now I made the number two.

Around the tree, around the tree,

Now I've made the number three.

Down and across and down once more.

Now I've made the number four.

The hat, the back, the belly. It's a five.

Watch out! It might come alive.

Bend down low to pick up sticks.

Now I've made the number six.

Across the sky and down from heaven,

Now I've made the number seven.

Make an S and close the gate.

Now I've made the number eight.

An oval and a line,

Now I've made the number nine.

One (1) egg (0) laid my hen.

Now I've made the number ten.

This video gives a song and poem for each of the numbers 0 to 9 to hep you remember the form and shape. This song reinforces number formation;

## Number of Days in each month

*Thirty days has September,*
*April, June, and November;*
*February has twenty-eight alone,*
*All the rest have thirty-one;*
*Except in leap year, that's the time,*
*When February's days are twenty-nine.*

This song teaches the number of days in each month.

## Multiply by 9

When multiplying by 9, the digits of the answer always add up to nine.

Example: 1 × 9 = 9, 2 × 9 = 18 (1 + 8 = 9), 3 × 9 = 27 (2 + 7 = 9) and so on.

Math Tricks Multiplication - A quick and fun way to multiply by 9 using your fingers.

This video shows you easy ways to multiply single digits by 9, and larger numbers when all the digits are the same, like 88888 x 9...really easy and fun to do.

## Divisor, Dividend and Quotient

In a division problem, the *divisor* is the number being divided* *into* *a number; the *dividend *is the number being divided. The *quotient *is the result or the answer.

For example 40 ÷ 8 = 5. 40 is the dividend; 8 is the divisor and 5 is the quotient.

dividend ÷ divisor = quotient.

The divid**end** is at the **end**.

The quotien**t** is the resul**t**.